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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

One who gives up, gives over, or grants typically by treaty or negotiation.

Usage examples (32)
  • Verb (used with object), : to cede territory
  • COOPER: Alaa Merhis is just 23, like many young Lebanese at the core of what's being called the ceder revolution.
  • I set aside a stand attached to a ceder and save it for a windy day.
  • Habibi just text messaged me, "Is red ceder mulch safe for gardenias?" for more
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  • "Cedar" is a pine tree, "ceder" is a person who gives in, "cedor" is a person who assigns a claim to another, "cedre" is a color, "Seder" is the Jewish meal observing Passover, while "seeder" is a planting tool.
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